Dr. Olga Onuch has received her DPhil in Comparative Politics from the University of Oxford in 2011. She currently is a Newton Prize Fellow in Comparative Politics (awarded by the Royal Society & British Academy) at the School of Interdisciplinary and Area Studies and is a Non-Stipendiary Fellow at Nuffield College, both held at the University of Oxford.
Experience keywords: Activism*, Civil Associations, Civil Society, Civil Society Aid/Promotion, Democracy Aid/Promotion, ‘Revolutions’, Comparative Politics*, Democratization*, Elections*, Electoral Fraud, Electoral Populism*, Mass-Mobilization*, Party Machines, Politics of Economic Crisis, Political Participation, Political Parties, Protest*, Social Movements*, Transition*, Youth Movements*.
Sectors and industries to which research relates: Consultancy, NGOs, Government
Countries and regions to which research relates: Ukraine*, Argentina*, Mexico, Poland*, Russia, Eastern Europe, Latin America.
Languages: Ukrainian [Spoken:Fluent/Native, Written: Fluent/Native]; Polish [Spoken:Fluent/Native, Written: Advanced]; English [Spoken:Fluent/Native, Written: Fluent/Native]; French [Spoken: Advanced, Written: Advanced]; Spanish [Spoken: Intermediate, Written: Intermediate]; Russian [Spoken: Basic /Working Knowledge, Written: Working Knowledge/Intermediate].
Media experience: Mainstream Press, Radio & TV in Ukraine; Poland; Canada;
CONTACT DETAILS Latin American Centre, 1 Church Walk, Annex, University of Oxford, Oxford, OX2 6JF, UK.
Email1: olga.onuch @ lac.ox.ac.ukNuffield College, New Road, University of Oxford Oxford, OX11NF, UK.
Email 2: olga.onuch @ nuffield.ox.ac.uk